Handelskade quay in the harbor of Willemstad, Curaçao

On the Punda side of  Willemstad is Handelskade, that picturesque stretch of pier you’ve seen on every Curaçao postcard. Colonial Dutch buildings painted in brilliant pinks, blues, and yellows line the waters of St. Anna Bay. Grab a seat and a daiquiri at one of Handelskade’s outdoor cafés and watch the Queen Emma Bridge swing open to let ships into the harbor or pop in to one of the shops along the water.

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